The channel will be broadcasting two programmes with the latest news and insight from Jerez and Barcelona after each day of testing.
The first test begins in southern Spain on Sunday 1 February and the Sky Sports team will be there to bring viewers all the developments and news when the new 2015 cars make their first appearances of the year.
In the first of two nightly 15-minute shows, Rachel Brookes and Craig Slater will round-up the day’s news and speak to the people who matter in the paddock.
For the 9.15pm slot, Ted Kravitz and David Croft will share duties in providing additional insight on the day’s activities.
There will also be live updates throughout each day of testing on Sky Sports News HQ, while the Sky Sports Online team will be providing commentary on all 12 days of track action from dawn to dusk across our digital platforms, including the Sky F1 website and regular updates on the Sky F1 Twitter account.
The new F1 season begins on March 15 in Australia.
Sunday 1 February
Paddock Uncut: 1st Test Day One: 9pm
Ted’s Notebook 1st Test Day One: 9.15pm
Monday 2 February
Paddock Uncut: 1st Test Day Two: 9pm
Ted’s Notebook 1st Test Day Two: 9.15pm
Tuesday 3 February
Paddock Uncut: 1st Test Day Three: 9pm
Ted’s Notebook 1st Test Day Three: 9.15pm
Wednesday 4 February
Paddock Uncut: 1st Test Day Four: 9pm
Ted’s Notebook 1st Test Day Four: 9.15pm
Pre-season Test dates:
February 1-4: Jerez, Spain.
February 19-22: Barcelona, Spain.
February 26-March 1: Barcelona, Spain.
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